Assessment Matters in Higher Education: Choosing and Using Diverse Approaches

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Angela Brew works in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Sydney. She has worked in the area of academic development for over 20 years and has researched in the area of teaching and learning in higher education and related fields in the UK and in Australia. Her published work includes Directions in Staff Development, published by the Open University Press.

Sally Brown is Director of Membership Services at the Institute for Learning and Teaching and Visiting Professor at the Robert Gordon University. She is an experienced educational developer and consultant on matters of teaching, learning and especially assessment, and publishes widely in these areas. She was co-chair of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) and is their events coordinator.

T. Dary Erwin is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Centre for Assessment Research and Studies at James Madison University in Virginia, USA. His current projects include initiation of a doctoral programme in Assessment and Measurement and utilization of computer-based assessment.

Neil D. Fleming is a freelance education consultant after retiring in 1998 as Director, Education Centre, Lincoln University, New Zealand, where he was responsible for the staff development programme. His current research is into modal preferences for improved learning and teaching. His overseas consultancy clients are principally in the South Pacific and South East Asia.

Graham Gibbs is Co-Director of the Centre for Higher Education Practice at the Open University, UK, and Convenor of the International Consortium for Educational Development in Higher Education. He was previously Professor and Head of the Oxford Centre for Staff Development at Oxford Brookes University. He is the author of Assessing Student Centred Courses and other books on assessment.

Angela Glasner is Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at the University of Portsmouth. She has overall responsibility for a wide portfolio of teaching and

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